RIVERSIDE WALK to BYPASS ROUTE
TEA AT WARHAM HOUSE GREEN BANK
Saturday 4 August 2018 at 12.45 p.m.
Meet at the West Door of Hereford Cathedral and walk alongside historic buildings and landscapes as you follow the Wye Valley Footpath towards Breinton Springs, passing the site of the proposed
BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER WYE
Local activists and followers of www.wyeruinit.org will be on hand to explain the importance of the River Wye Special Area of Conservation, its wildlife, heritage assets and the SSSIs along its banks
Saturday 4 August 2018 from 1.45 p.m.
Walk on up to Warham House Green Bank, protected Open Space as a QEII Jubilee Field in Trust
Saturday 4 August 2018 from 2.00 p.m.
Free Entry to the Green Bank and Unregistered Parks and Gardens of Warham House
If you can’t make the walk, please feel free to join us at Warham House Green Bank any way. Address: Warham House, Breinton, Hereford HR4 7PF
Cars and Bicycles can be parked on the drive field. Follow the sign to the Green Bank and the site of the proposed Bridge over the River Wye
Teas and refreshments free of charge Games for children Bring your own picnic
Robin Thorndkye, researcher and Brian Hatton enthusiast, will present many examples of his work on the life and times of Hereford’s celebrated artist, Brian Hatton (1887-1916), from the archives of Herefordshire Museum Service. Robin devised the Brian Hatton Trail around Breinton in 2016
KRISTINA THIMM - AN ARTIST’S REACTION
Kristina Thimm, MA Art Student at Hereford Art College, will exhibit her Degree Course work reacting to the Hereford bypass proposals announced to the public in Spring 2018. Like Brian Hatton before her, she has been inspired by the landscapes and farmland around Warham House.